The Clemson football team is poised for another run in the College Football Playoff, and the Tigers are now upping their uniform game in an effort to ramp up the crowd for the final stretch of the 2018 season.
On Saturday, November 17, the Tigers are set to face off against the Duke Blue Devils at Clemson Memorial Stadium.
When Clemson takes the field, they will be wearing their special “Purple Out” uniforms in Death Valley.
As the name suggests, the Tigers will be wearing purple jerseys and purple pants for the game. The jerseys include white numbers which are outlined in the school’s signature orange.
Clemson unveiled their special look on social media.
Take a look.
— Clemson Football (@ClemsonFB) November 15, 2018
The uniform combination is used to highlight the Tigers’ final ACC matchup of the regular season.
Kickoff between Clemson and the Blue Devils is set for 7:00 p.m. ET on ESPN.
Clemson, which has already secured the ACC Atlantic Division title and is primed for a matchup in the ACC Championship, is currently sitting at 10-0 under Dabo Swinney’s eleventh season leading the team. The Tigers hold wins over No. 23 FCS team Furman, No. 16 North Carolina State, and No. 17 Boston College. After Saturday’s game against the Blue Devils, the Tigers cap off the season against in-state rival South Carolina in the Palmetto Bowl.